The Interavia E-3 is an all
aluminum Russian purely-aerobatic aircraft manufactured in 1993. It uses
a high-performance 9 cylinder, 360 HP radial engine and is stressed for
+12/-10 G limits with a roll rate of a blistering 345 degrees per
second. This is a very rare aircraft as only 23 are known to have been
produced, and there are only 11 of them in the United States. This
aircraft is owned and piloted by Todd Therp and shown at the Museum when
Todd doesn't have it out for a spin.